Here's Lindsey in her lovely yellow and black ensemble for the military ball. She went with three of her friends.
One of Lindsey's BFFs, Alex.
Here's my niece's new daughter, Marren, whom she adopted from Ethiopia, arriving in the United States with her the same time as the military ball. I can't wait to meet her soon!
Cupcakes that I baked, and topped with a chocolate truffle, which Sarah had given me for Valentine's Day. I took them to the choir booster club meeting to celebrate Elizabeth's birthday.
Paige and Shana, two of my besties.
Shana made cupcakes, glazed with a chocolate ganache.
Cheryl B. and the rest of us know what this wink is all about. ;-)
Out to dinner at Chili's to cheer Alex up.
Guy troubles apparently.
Tricia is amazing. We love her.
Trombone practice time.
Alice in Wonderland at the IMAX in 3-D for Family Home Evening.
What a great way to kick off spring break.
The next night, we went to the rodeo and afterwards, we were treated to a concert by Jordin Sparks, former American Idol winner.
The fair and rodeo=junk food.
Jordin had never performed at a rodeo.
Foot long corn dogs for dinner!
If Doctor Bob could see me now.
The rodeo was a lot of fun to watch.
We had a fun night out!
There were a couple of big birds on my neighbor's vacant house. This house is for sale now. Anyone want to be our neighbor?
I baked some fabulous carrot cake cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, and boxed them up so festively as gifts.
For St. Patrick's Day, I cooked corned beef and cabbage with new potatoes for the first time, and served it with green 7-Up! It was so delicious and I'm going to start making this every year on March 17.